This was the first suggestion from support. move the carriage to one end and back again a few times before powering on. for me it didnt help i still had the DRV error on my titan2. so i contacted support again and they sent out a new motherboard.
i get it and its a bit different from the other but maybe revised and better now! (the x and y are also unlabeled so make sure you pay attention to how you wire it up)
works well for small cuts under 1-2 minutes for a week or two.
then i get a bigger project from a friend and went to cut it last night and mid way though maybe 3-4 minutes into the 5 minute print it stops.... so i look ever and it has "drv error" ugh really!!!!
i turn it off and on again to see the error has gone away! i try my print again and not even 2 minutes into the cut it stops... drv error...
so i then just turned it off for fear of it breaking itself or something.
it is wired correctly, grounded, and was working fine for a bit.
is the titan2 just wonky?